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The Loves

The Loves certainly are a Welsh indie pop group whose slinky, gritty, right-at-home-in-the-garage-style indie pop tunes provide a nod to 1960s-era rings just like the Velvet Underground as well as the Rolling Rocks, not forgetting newer acts like Helen Like, the Aislers Place, and Sunday Looks Good if you ask …

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Blue Cafe

In 2001, the eight-piece Polish band Blue Cafe attempt to combine jazz, funk, pop, and Latin disco with hip-hop beats. These were authorized to the EMI-related Polish label Pomaton the same 12 months, and their debut, Fanaberia, made an appearance in 2002. It quickly proceeded to go platinum in Poland …

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Adam West

Adam Western world stepped in to the function of comic criminal offense fighter Batman in the tv screen group of the same name through the 1960s. Advertising tie-ins towards the Caped Crusader abounded, from lunchboxes and pajamas to recordings. The 7″ one “Batman and Robin,” supported by “THE STORYPLOT of …

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Edgar Jones

Liverpool-born Edgar Jones produced his mark like a bassist, single artist, and innovator of the respectable ’60s revivalists the Stairways. Starting his profession at the sensitive age group of 20, Jones became a member of Ian McCulloch’s post-Echo & the Bunnymen music group in 1990, playing bass on-stage and on …

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Renzo Cesana

Airing through the early ’50s, The Continental was a day tv program targeted at bored, love-starved housewives. The display starred Renzo Cesana, who read poetry to his audiences while sipping on one glass of wines. Cesana’s seductively dried out readings possess since resurfaced as concealed bonus monitors on Capitol Information’ …

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Cammila Collar

Vocalist and article writer Cammila Training collar began fostering typical artwork nerd-style encyclopedic preferences in music and film even though filling up the midnight hours during an insomniac child years. In order to sound similar to Freddie Mercury, she spent four years during her teenagers trained in a traditional voice …

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Bloodhag

With hardly any exceptions, joke or gimmick bands have usually had an exceptionally short shelf life in the pop market place. There was actually no dependence on a second recording from the faux reggae Led Zeppelin cover music group Dread Zeppelin, for instance. But, most joke rings don’t possess a …

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John Maus

When John Maus (never to end up being confused using the John Maus of Walker Brothers popularity) wasn’t performing keyboards for Pet Collective, Panda Carry, and Haunted Graffiti, he was composing and saving his own hermetic, experimental, and quite often misunderstood compositions. Sketching on performers like David Bowie, Scott Walker, …

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Lapko

Lapko is a Finnish alternate rock-band formed in 1996 by Ville Malja (acoustic guitar and vocals), Anssi Nordberg (bass), and Janne Heikkonen (drums). Both of these art-school dropouts and a metallic worker had been originally childhood close friends in the tiny city of Harjavalta. Prior to the starting point of …

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Arno Steffen

Arno Steffen is a Cologne based musician whose music passions have oscillated between punk rock and roll, experimental avant-garde music, and humorous pop tracks. His 1984 solitary “Supergut (ne)?!” became a strike, but Steffen is most beneficial known for his association using the punk rock and roll group Zeltinger and …

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